This lesson explains the different types of sorting algorithms and how to differentiate them on the basis of time complexity, running time, space consumption, etc. Students can easily remember and memorize these things using the notes file attached inside this lesson.

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This introduction provides a basic idea about what algorithms are and what problems can be solved using algorithms.
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Introduction to Sorting

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This lesson is a brief introduction about the sorting mechanism.
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Insertion Sort

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The insertion sort is a type of sorting method--one of the easiest and most widely used.
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Selection Sort

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The selection sort is one type of sorting algorithm.
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Quick Sort

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The quick sort is a sorting mechanism based on the divide and conquer method.
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Heap Sort

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The heap sort involves the TREE (data structure) as the basic element to store a list.
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Sorting Presentation

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This presentation includes a brief summary about the sorts discussed in this lesson.
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